Professor Ronald Hutton on ‘Vampires’

Sep 19, 2023

A ‘not to miss’ talk for the start of the season. We are fortunate to have Ronald Hutton returning to give us another of his fascinating and erudite talks. Ronald, Professor of History at the University of Bristol, is a leading historian on paganism, witchcraft and magic. He links ancient ritual and beliefs with modern tradition to demystify his enigmatic areas of study. His subject this year is ‘Vampires’. Those of us who have heard his previous talks know that we will have an evening that not only will be enjoyable but will open our eyes to an area of folklore most of us know next to nothing about.

The talk is held in the Apostle Room of the Catholic Cathedral in Pembroke Road at 8.00 p.m.

Doors open at 7.15 when wine and soft drinks are served. This is a time when members can meet each other and the committee. The car park is available to those attending the meeting. Vehicle entry is via Worcester Road.

You are welcome to bring friends and visitors to the talks – we charge a nominal £1.00 per person.

Next: AGM + Sheila Hannon on ‘Sarah Guppy’
Previous: Celebrate Lieutenant-Colonel Ferdinand Simeon Le Quesne VC RAMC Plaque unveiling and Talks